Fortune is reporting on a findings on Charlie Wolf, a Needham analyst, who has broken down Apple’s Mac sales by market segment for Q2 2010. He then compares them to overall PC sales in the same segments. Calling the growth that Wolf found “strong” is an understatement, especially in the government market segment. – At […]
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Mac Sales to Government Agencies Leap 200%

Fortune is reporting on a findings on Charlie Wolf, a Needham analyst, who has broken down Apple’s Mac sales by market segment for Q2 2010. He then compares them to overall PC sales in the same segments. Calling the growth that Wolf found “strong” is an understatement, especially in the government market segment.

– At 35%, Mac shipment growth in June easily exceeded the market’s growth rate of 20.9%.
– Mac shipments grew 31.4% in the home market, topping the market’s growth rate of 25.2%.
– At 49.8%, the Mac’s growth in business was three times higher than the market’s 15.7%.
– Mac shipments in government grew 200%, sixteen times faster than the market’s 12.1%.

The next strongest segment, the business market, saw it’s strongest growth (around 100%) with companies that fall in the “large” and “very large”.

Lastly, Wolf notes that Apple’s growth in Europe. The iPhone has sparked renewed interest in Apple’s products, and thus their unit share has doubled and revenue tripled in the past six year.

So, here is yet another report backing up the fact that Apple is experiencing massive growth in all areas.

Chart courtesy of Fortune.

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